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All reviews dee estuary lord nelson welsh hills the pub north wales fish and chips pie single room sunday lunch full english breakfast cooked to perfection breakfast was excellent an evening meal cooked breakfast tea coffee car park lovely room
Stayed for 1 night in the family room, which was the last room available.
The room was clean and comfortable. Booked direct and got a great deal compared to all the online hotel sites.
Staff were friendly and attentive and the evening dinner was very...More
The actual pub is very nice but the room we stayed in was a bit tired (standard double). Lots of stains and marks on the white walls. Bed comfy and room clean although lots of stains on one of the towels. Breakfast very good and...More
We didn't stop at the hotel but enjoyed the restaurant with it's really good food and service. Nice range of decent beers and sitting on the front terrace the view over the Dee Estuary towards North Wales was beautiful. A good choice on the menu...More
Spent a couple of nights at The Ship which we enjoyed and found good value for money. Good traditional property, clean and with all the extras you need ie kettle, hairdryer, excellent bed, TV, etc. Had dinner in a really buzzing restaurant / bar on...More
My stay was for work, but The Ship made it feel like a leisure break! The staff couldn't be more accommodating, very friendly and made me feel welcome and at home. The property is totally charming and the views fantastic. My room was very comfortable....More
Re. 'you' in your question - I was a guest who visited, and am not a member of staff who works there - so (like the other respondents) cannot say for sure. Nonetheless I am sure they'd serve something to eat at breakfast... More
Re. 'you' in your question - I was a guest who visited, and am not a member of staff who works there - so (like the other respondents) cannot say for sure. Nonetheless I am sure they'd serve something to eat at breakfast time to visitors.
I hope this helps.
Why not just contact the hotel directly?!